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34- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13- June 19, 2003 Environmental award winners span the state Delaware&apos;s water and wastewater opera- tors were the focus of attention at the Oper- ator of the Year awards ceremony, May 8, at Delaware Technical & Community Col- lege, Owens campus. Gordon Serman of Millsboro, an employ- ee of Mountaire Farms, was honored with the 2002 Wastewater Operator of the Year award. Receiving the 2002 Water Operator of the Year award was Frankford resident Clarence Quillen, who works for Tidewater Utilities. In addition, Environmental Lifetime Achievement awards were presented to four individuals who have demonstrated "sustained meritorious achievement in pro- viding significant contributions to Delaware's environment." The honorees in this category were Tony Gersitz of Milford, Debbie Hubbard of Seaford, Joe Mul- rooney of Wilmington and Heather Sheri- dan of Bethany Beach. The statewide Operator of the Year awards ceremony serves to highlight the role of Delaware's water and wastewater operators in protecting the environment. Award winners are chosen for their "out- standing technical excellence and exempla- ry work ethic contributing to the high level of water quality in Delaware." The awards ceremony is held each year at the Environ- mental Training Center on the Owens cam- pus, which provides a state-of-the-art site for hands-on training of operators from all over Delaware and surrounding states. The center has achieved international recogni- tion for the excellence of its training pro- grams. Also receiving certificates of recognition during the event were representatives of the Seaford and Bridgeville wastewater treat- ment facilities. These plants were nominated for the prestigious Operation & Maintenance Awards sponsored annually by the U.S. En- vironmental Protection Agency. Cosponsors for the awards ceremony were the Delaware Rural Water Associa- tion, the Department of Health & Social Services, the Department of Natural Re- sources and Environmental Control, the Eastern Shore chapter of the Water and Wastewater Operators Association, and Delaware Tech. Briefly Above left, shown receiving Environmental Lifetime Achievement awards at the May 8 ceremony are (l-r) Debbie Hubbard, Joe Mulrooney, Heather Sheridan and Tony Gersitz. Submitted photos Above right, Gordon Serman, Wastewater Operator of the Year, left, and Clarence Quillen, Water Operator of the Year, display their plaques. Each plaque was accom- panied by a monetary award. Show appreciation with a military discount Leadership Central Delaware class of 2003, a program of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce, is compiling a statewide directory of businesses offering discounts to military personnel and their families. The directory will be distributed July 4 at a special Military AppreCiation Field Day, also sponsored by the class. There is no charge for the listing, and discounts can be either ongoing or one time. Deadline for submissions is June 16. For more information, contact Vida Evelyn at 422-6479 or Vida@magpage.eom, - ,, .... ( < BETHANY LON G NECK r Mon. 2-6, Tues.-Sun. 10-6. Prices, financing and offers subjea to change without notice. See a sales representative for details: "We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. potiq for the t of equal housing o/;portdty throughout the Nation. We enamrage and support an affirmative advertising a marketing program in which there are no bame to ing hauang  of ra, a, g,o,,  ar,zap, status, or national origin." FROM THE $230'S Avon Park GRAND OPENING! Villa-Style Homes with First Floor Owner's Suites. Located Minutes From Beaches, Bays, Golfing and Shopping. Pool in the Community. Please visit us at our Willingham model at our Providence community. Directions: From Rte. I in Bethany, take Rte. 26 W., go approx. 1.5 mi. Turn left onto West Ave. at the 7by/or Bank, go approx. I/2 mi. to community on the right. Phone: (302) 539-7800. FROM Tar, $270's Summerfield Distinctive Single-Family Homes Just Minutes from Bethany Beaches and Boardwalk. Community Includes a Pool For more information, please call or visit our Providence Community. Dreaions: From Rie. 1 in Bethany, take Rte. 26 W., go approx. 1.5 mi. Turn left onto West Ave. at the Taylor Bank, go approx. 1/2 mi. to community on the right. Phone: (302) 537-5809.  FRoM,00 $240's The Estais at Chapel Green ONLY S HorrF.s RFAAINING! Spacious Single-Family Homes on 1/2-Acre Wooded Homesites in Rehoboth/Lewes Community that Features a Pool, Tennis Courts and Clubhouse. Directions: Take Rte. I S. Right on Rie. 24 W for 4 mi. Right on Robinsonville Rd. Bear left on Connelly Chapel Pat. Right on Will King Way to community on right. Phone: (302) 947-2777. FRoi Tim $260's  Henlopen Landing GRAND OPENING! Magnificent Single-Family Homes Located in Lewes. Easy Access to Beaches, Golf, and Shopping. Pool in the community. For more information, please call or visit our Seawood Estates Community. Direaions: Rte. 1 S. toRte. 9 W/Rte. 404 W. Make lst lefl onto Belltown Rd. towards Rte. 1D. Make next lefl onto Rte. 1D. Go approx. 1/2 nd. to right on RobinsonviUe Pat. Community is 1/2 mi. on the right. Phone: (302) 644-I 700. FROM THE $190's Bayshore GRAND OPENING! Luxury Townhomes With First Floor Owner's Suites. Pool in Community. Close to Rehoboth Beach, Bays, Golfing & Shopping. Directions: Rte. 1 S. to Rle. 24 W.. (]ohn Williams Hwy.). Left on Rte. 23 (Longneck Rd.). Community 1/4 mi. on right side. Phone: (302) 947-2795. FROM THE $190'S Bayshore GRAND OPENING! Single-Family Homes on Spacious 1/2-Acre Homesites. Pool in the Community. Close to Rehoboth Beach, Bay, Golf, and Shopping Please call or visit us at our Estates at Chapel Green community. Directions: "Fake Rte. I S. Right on Rie. 24 W. for 4 mi. Right on Robinsonville Rd. Bear left on Connelly Chapel Rd. Right on Will King Way to community on right. Phone: (302) 947-2777. GRAND OPENING! 3-Bedroom, Luxury Elevator Condominiums! Gated, Planned Community with Pools, Beaches, Walking Trails, Clubhouse & More! Directions: Take Rie. 50 E to Rte. 90 towards Ocean City. Turn left onto Coastal Hwy. N. Make u-turn at 70th St. Take Coastal Hwy. S. to 67th St., and turn right. Information Center ahead on right. Phone: (888) 343-RYAN. Brokers warmly welcomed, t , FROM THE $450's Sunset Island at 67th Street GRAND OPENING! Magnificent Townhomes! Up to 4-Levels With 2-Car Garage[ Gated, Planned Community with Pools, Beaches, Walking Trails, Clubhouse & More! Directions: Take Rte. 50 E to Rte. 90 towards Ocean City. Turn left onto Coastal Hwy. N. Make u-turn at 70th St. Take Coastal Hwy. S. to 67th St., and turn right. Information Center ahead on right. Phone: (888) 343-RYAN. Brokers warmly welcomed, t r- 1 ITIIT'IF'T - "I''W 'Y illllr mmllmllBIIml